Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM SA

Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM SA
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Index
1. COFEM Presentation
2. Certifications and CE mark
3. Installation Design
4. CONVENTIONAL
Fire detection and Fire Alarm System


Conventional Systems
y
features
CLVR and LONDON Modeles
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Index
5. ANALOGUE & ADDRESSABLE
Fire detection and Fire Alarm System


Analogue and Addressable System Features
LYON, Compact-LYON and ZAFIR Models
6. CO Detection System “COSENSOR”


Control Panels
Detectors DCO and DNO2
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COFEM Presentation
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1.
- COFEM,
COFEM s.a,
s a is a Spanish Fire Protection
Manufacturer with more than 40 years at the market.
- We have a large variety of products, but the core of our activity is
manufacturing our Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems
Principal activity areas:
1. Fire Detectiona and Fire Alarm Systems
2. Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detection Systems for Parkings.
3. Fire Hose Cabinets.
4. Domestic combustible gas detection
(butane gas, town gas, etc).
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1.
COFEM, s.a, is committed to the Fire Protection:
1) Takes part as member in TECNIFUEGO AESPI
 Th
The Spanish
S
i h Fire
Fi Protection
P t ti Association,
A
i ti
which
hi h
work close with the Spanish Ministery in the Fire protection regulation.
2) Hold the chairmanship of CTN23/SC3 of AENOR
 Spanish Standard Body for Fire Detection and Fire Alarm
which allow managing standards as UNE 23007-14
23007 14 for
Spanish fire detection and fire alarm installation
3) COFEM is the Spanish representative at CEN/TC72.

European organization which develop the mandatory EN 54
Standards and CE mark under Construction Product Directive
(89/106/CEE)
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1.
COFEM offers:
ff
- Experience of more than 40 years,
- Knowledge regarding international Standards,
EN 671
EN 54
EN 12094
- Expertice
technical equipment
p
q p
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1.
T our customers for:
To
f
1)
S
Support
t Assitance,
A it
2) Training courses,
3) Fire / CO Design Installations,
4) ON-LINE SW Configuration
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1.
These allow us exportion of our products in more than
40 countries in 4 continents.
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1.
Some COFEM references:
– Thermal Solar Power Plant “Valle 1” and “Valle 2” at Cadiz:
Installation of 2 Fire Control Panels with 4 loops, Fire detectors,
g detectors, Flame detectors, Thermal p
probes,
Hidrogen
Extinguishing Control Panels, etc.
– “Ferrari Store” at Las Rozas – Madrid
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1.
Some COFEM references ((Cont):
)
“Heineken
Headquarter”
at Madrid
“Cala d’Or”
“Camper
Camper Headquarter
Headquarter” Hotel
at Mallorca
at Mallorca
(Shoes Factory)
“Hercules Towers”
at Los Barrios – Cadiz
(Offices buiding)
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1.
“Beatriz Atlantis SPA Hotel”
Some COFEM references ((Cont):
)
at Puerto de la Cruz - Canary Islands
“Faculty of
Informatics”
at Madrid
“El Pozo Factory” at Alama de Murcia
(Food Factory)
“Caldea” thermal-ludic
Hotel at Andorra la Vella
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1.
Some COFEM references ((Cont):
)
Kindergarten
“Marco Aldany” at Madrid “El Bercial” at Getafe
(hairdressing and aesthetic shop)
“Eroski Bernasud” at Barcelona
(Shopping mall)
“Sato Sport”
at Sevilla
“Ramon Llull” University
att Barcelona
B
l
“Campana” Refinery
In Argentina
“MRW” Transports
at Coslada
“Tívoli” Theater
at Barcelona
High Speed Train “AVE” Station at Zaragoza
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Certifications and CE mark
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2.
2.1.- Main European Union Policies
-
UE is
i establieshed
bli h d with
i h the
h purpose off allow:
ll
1) Free movement of goods,
2) Free movement of people,
3) Free movements of capitals,
capitals
4) Free establishment of services,
Erase/Delete:
- Phisical barriers,
barriers
- Tariffs or quotes
-Thecnical Standards diferences
-and Conformity Evaluation means
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2.
2.2.- European Union Directives
- Based on a Spacific purposes,
UE establieshes a law tool to
harmonize all products.
The Directives
- Low
L
V lt
Voltage
- Simple Pressure Vessels
- Safety
S f t off Toys
T
- Construction Product
- Electromagnetic
El t
ti Compatiblity
C
tiblit
- (…)
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2.
2.3.- Construction Product Directive CPD (1/4)
1) Application field:
- Any
yp
product which is p
produced for incorporation
p
in a
permanent manner in construction works, including both
buildings and civil engineering works
- Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems are included.
2) Essential Requirements of the products:
- The “essential requirements” of the products which allow them
free movement inside the EU Countries will be introduced in
HARMONIZE STANDARDS
- CEN/TC72, The European Standarization Body, is in charge of
making these estandards =>
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2.
3) Evaluation of Conformity:
- Define the means which assure that one product fulfill the
essencial requirements
Manufacture
Tasks
System
Approval Body Tasks
(Certification Based on:)
N/A
CE Marking Documents
4
ITT
FPC
MDOC
3
FPC
ITT
MDOC
2
ITT
FPC
inicial FPC
•MDOC
•FPC Certification
2+
ITT
FPC
Product Tests according to a Test Plan
FPC Initial Inspection
FPC Periodic Inspection
•MDOC
•FPC Certification
1
FPC
Product Tests according to a
Test Plan
ITT
FPC Initial Inspection
FPC Periodic Inspection
•MDOC
•FPC Certification
1+
FPC
Product Tests according to a Test Plan
ITT
FPC Initial Inspection
FPC Periodic Inspection
Factory or market product test
•MDOC
•FPC Certification
ITT: Initial Type Test
FPC: Factory Production Control
MDOC: Manufacturer Declaration of Conformity
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Fire
e Detection
and
Fire A
Alarm System
ms
2.3.- Construction Product Directive CPD (2/4)
2 Certification and CE mark
2.
2.3.- Construction Product Directive CPD (3/4)
4) CE Mark:
- The products which incorporate the “Essential Requirements”
and “Evaluation of Conformity” shall affix the CE mark.
- EU Countries shall allow free moviment of product with
CE marking.
- Conformity Bodies: Results of Test shall be considered
independent of the country carried out.
MANDATORY
Voluntary
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2.
2.3.- Construction Product Directive CPD (4/4)
5) Mandatory Standards:
-
EN 54-2:1997/A1:2006 -> Control and Indicating Equipment
-
EN 54-4:1998/A2:2006 -> Power Supply Equipments
-
EN 54-3:2001/A1:2002 -> Fire Alarm Devices- Sounders
-
EN 54-5:2000/A1:2002 -> Heat Detectors- Point Detectors
-
EN 54-7:2000/A1:2002 -> Smoke Detectors- Point detectors using
g , transmitted light
g or ionization
scattered light,
-
EN 54-11:2001/A1:2005 -> Manual Call Points
-
EN 54-17:2005 -> Short circuit isolators
-
EN 54-18:2005
54 18:2005 ->
> Input/Output Devices
...
…
…
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2.
2.5.- Construction Product REGULATION – CPR
- In 2013 July => CPR supersedes CPD
CPR Vs CPD:
g
1)) Name of documents are changed.
2) CPR with Better explanations.
3) More flexibility for small companies at documentation issues.
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2.
2.6.- Summary
Mark is mandatory in all Europe Union
Other Marks are
ONLY
voluntary in EU
Products must be certified under
EN54
Standard
under the EU aproved
p
bodies
Mandatory EN54 standards are in the
OJEC NANDO
and
CPR
supersedes
web
CPD
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Installation Design
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3.
3.1.- Introduction
-
The rules for Installation of equipments are not covered
by EU agreements.
-
Each Country has its own design standard
-
EU
U has
as pub
published
s ed TS54-14
S5
((Technical
ec ca Spec
Specification
cat o as a
an European
u opea
recommendation)
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (1/14)
-
Hereafter there are design recommendation for
the Fire detection and Fire Alarm System
SUMMARY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5
5.
6.
Detection Zones and Alarm Zones.
Fault efects limitations.
Detectors distribution
Manual Call Point distribution
Fire Alarm devices distribution
Cables
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (2/14)
1
1.
D t ti
Detection
and
d Al
Alarm Z
Zones
a.
Detection Zones
The division of the premises/bilding in Detection Zones should
comply with:
-
Floor Area  1600 m2
Areas with more than 5 rooms:


-
Zones with more than 1 fire compartment :


-
Zone limits should be the fire compartment, and
Zone Area  400 m2
Zone should be limited to one floor, unless:


b
b.
Remote indicator above the doors or,
Room indication at the Control Panel.
Stairwell,
St
i
ll lightwell,
li ht ll liftwell,
lift ll etc,
t but
b t inside
i id one fire
fi compartment.
t
t
Building total Area  300 m2
Alarm Zones
According to Fire alarm response strategy.
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (3/14)
2
2.
Fault efect limitations
a.
A single cable fault can afect only to one function by zone:
-
Automatic detection,
Manual Call points,
Fire Alarm devices,
Input/Output devices,
Auxiliary devices,
AND NOT more than 32 detectors or 10 Manual call points,
Neither losing all Fire alarm devides in the building (At least one
device should work )
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (4/14)
Conventional
Example
One own output per zone for
automatic detection and Manual call points
2 Fire Alarm device per each Zone and
1) 1) There
Zone <should
1600 mbe
2) 2) Neither
losing
all
Firethan
alarm
in or
the10building
AND it should
NOTwith
be
lost
more
32 devides
detectors
manual call points,
Zones
mote
than
1 Fire
Compartement
Area:
Zones Area should
be
Fire
compartment,
and Zone Area  400 m2
Up to 32
…Up to 10
FC: Fire Compartment
FC1
Zone 1
FC3
10 m
FC2
10 m
Zone2
20 m
20 m
…Up to 10
…Up to 32
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3.2.- Recommendation (5/14)
2
2.
F l efect
Fault
f
limitations
li i i
(Cont)
(C
)
b. Two faults per circuit should not loss detector, manual call points and
alarm devices in:
-
Area > 10 000 m2 .
Area > 5 Fire compartments
compartments.
Fire compartments
Loop
p1
Loop 2
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (6/14)
Addressable
Example
- 32 elements between isolators
- Only one functionality between isolators
- At least 1 alarm device per Zone
- Area < 10000 m2 neither 5 Fire compartments
FC: Fire Compartment
FC3
FC1
10 m
FC2
Zone 2
Zone 1
1m
20 m
20 m
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (7/14)
3
3.
Smoke
Detector
D t t
Detectors
distribution
di t ib ti
Premises Area (m2)
Detector Type
SL  80
SL  80
UNE-EN 54-7
UNE-EN 54-7
SL  30
UNE-EN 54-5, Clase A1
UNE-EN 54-5, Clase A2,
B, C, D, E, F, G
UNE-EN 54-5, Clase A1
UNE-EN 54-5, Clase A2,
B, C, D, E, F, G
SL  30
Premises
Height (m)
 12
6
6  h  12
 7,5
6
Ceiling Slope ≤ 20º
SV (m2)
Dmáx. (m)
80
6,3
,
60
5,5
80
6,3
30
3,9
30
3,9
 7,5
6
20
20
3,2
3,2
Ceiling Slope  20º
SV (m2)
Dmáx. (m)
80
6,3
,
90
6,7
110
7,4
30
3,9
30
3,9
40
40
Heat Detector
- In Extinguishing zones, protected area should be halving.
- Sited without obstacles 50 cm around.
- Room dividers with less than 30 cm to ceiling => diferent rooms.
rooms
- Air ducts, etc, with more than 25 cm to ceiling => Partitioning is not afected.
- Detection should be considered in false floors and false ceilings.
g
- Beam detector: Height ≤ 25 m; Separation between beams ≤ 7,5 m;
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4,5
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (8/14)
4
4.
M
Manual
lC
Call
ll P
Points
i t
•
•
Each 25 m of evacuation route.
Height: Between 1,2 and 1,6 m. Considering people with disabilities: 0,9  1,2
m).
5.
Fire alarm devices
•
Protected area should be divided in Alarm zones and be operated according
with the Fire Alarm Response Strategy (Evacuation plan).
•
Minimum sound level should be 65 dB(A) at any point (75 dB(A) if the objetive
is to wake up sleeping people) or 5 additional db(A) over the ambient noise.
Maximum sound level should be 120 dB(A).
•
If sound
d level
l
l exceed
d 60 dB(A) because
b
off noise
i ambiente,
bi t Fire
Fi alarm
l
signal
i
l
should be sound and light.
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3.2.- Recommendation (9/14)
5
5.
Fi Alarm
Fire
Al
device
d i (Cont)
(C t)
•
According with Fire Alarm Strategy, it should be installed acoustic-optical
outdoor sounder to signaling the entry of Fire brigade, or outside indication of
the Alarm status of the premises/building.
•
It should
h ld b
be a minimum
i i
off 2 sounders
d
in
i the
th building,
b ildi
and
d att least
l
t 1 per Fire
Fi
Compartment and Detection zone.
•
It should not be more than 1 door between a
sounder and anyplace where it should be heard.
•
G
General
l acoustic
ti approuches:
h
–
–
–
Each time it is doubled the distance, you lose 6 dBs,
30 dBs are lost for every Fire door,
20 dBs are lost for every standard door
door.
Sound Level
(dB-(A))
Distance
(m)
120
1
114
2
108
4
102
8
96
16
90
32
84
64
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3.2.- Recommendation (10/14)
Conventional
Example
Minimum of 2 sounders in the building, and at least
1 per Fire Compartment and Detection zone.
…Up to 10
Up to 32
FC: Fire Compartment
FC1
Zone 1
FC3
10 m
FC2
10 m
Zone2
20 m
20 m
…Up to 10
…Up to 32
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3.2.- Recommendation (11/14)
Addressable
Example
Minimum of 2 sounders in the building, and at least
1 per Fire Compartment and Detection zone.
FC: Fire Compartment
FC3
FC1
10 m
FC2
Zone 2
Zone 1
1m
20 m
20 m
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (12/14)
6
6.
C bl
Cables
•
Cables according with Manufacturer instructions (section, twist, shield, etc).
•
Cable should be Fire resistant when:
–
It crosses a zone which it has not fire detection and a fault here implies loses in:
•
•
•
•
the reception of fire detection signals
Actuation of the Fire System
Operation of Fire alarm devices
Communication with Repeaters
–
Those cables that needs to work for
more than 1 minute after detection of a fire:
•
•
•
•
Sounders and its feed
Repeaters
Extinguishing
Standard
Fire
Resistant
In Loops:
–
Cables
Cable should be fire protected when faults
could affect more than 1 detection zone => If cable installation is routed for
different ways, it is acceptable using standard cables.
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3.
3.2.- Recommendation (13/14)
Conventional
Example
Operation of the Fire Alarm Devices
…Up to 10
Up to 32
FC: Fire Compartment
FC1
Zone 1
FC3
10 m
FC2
10 m
Zone2
20 m
20 m
…Up to 10
…Up to 32
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3.2.- Recommendation (14/14)
If cable installation is routed for different ways, it is acceptable using standard cables.
Those cables that needs to work for more than 1 minute after detection of a fire: Sounders and its feed
Addresable
Example
p
FC: Fire Compartment
FC3
FC1
10 m
FC2
Zone 2
Zone 1
1m
20 m
20 m
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CONVENTIONAL
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems
CLVR and
LONDON
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4.
4.1.- Conventional System features (1/2)
C
Conventional
ti
l features
f t
- Detector/Manual Call Point proccesses the Alarm Status
- Detector/Manual Call Point communicates with Control panel establishing voltage levels
i the
in
th communication
i ti line.
li
Example: Control panel processes
Zone1
- Open Circuit Status ………………
- Quiescent Status ………..…...……
- Detector
D t t Alarm
Al
St t ……………
Status
- Manual Call Point Alarm Status ...
- Cross circuit Status ………………..
22,5V
19V
7V
3,5V
0V
a 24V
a 22,5V
a 16V
a 7V
a 3,5V
….
Zone 2
…

Control Panel doesn’t know detector or Manual call point it is in Alarm status.
 Need of divide area in detection ZONES.
ZONES
 System limited to 32 elements by Zone.
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4.
4.1.- Conventional System features (2/2)
COFEM Offers
Off
2 kind
ki d off Conventional
C
ti
l Control
C t l Panels
P
l
COFEM
Conventional Control Panels
2 to 12 Zones
Conventional
CLVRxxZ
2 to 128 Zones/Relays
Extinguishing
E
ti
i hi
CLVR02EXT
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4.
4.2.- CLVR: Models
- 5 models available:
Conventional
Control Panels




CLVR02Z
CLVR04Z
CLVR08Z
CLVR12Z

CLVR02EXT
Model
Zones Nº
Extinguishing
Control Panel
Z: Zone
EXT EXTinguishing
EXT:
EXTi
i hi
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4.
4.3.- CLVR: Technical Features (1/4)
 Up to 32 elements (with detectors and manual call
points) per zone.
 1 monitored general SOUNDER output
output, delayable from
0 to 10 minutes.
 1 immediate ALARM output through a dry NO/NC
contact (Normally open/Normally Closed).
 1 monitored FAULT output,
p , delayable
y
from 0 to 10
minutes, and protected by a fuse (CLVR08Z/ 12Z).
 1 FAULT output through a dry NO/NC contact
(Normally open/Normally Close), deleyable from 0 to 10
minutes (CLVR02Z/ 04Z).
 Two 30 V/DC monitored auxiliary outputs protected by
a fuse for external power supply (sounders, relay units,
etc.).
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4.
4.3.- CLVR: Technical Features (2/4)
/ Default
D f lt Thresholds
Th
h ld
 It has a test mode for quickly and easy checking of
detectors and manual call points.
Note: Last zone monitoring
a pressure switch
it h
 It allows threshol Zones configuration for Open line,
Detector Alarm and Manual Call Point Alarm for
adjusting
j
g with other detectors.
 It allows configuration of the last zone as a monitoring
input of an external fire warning device being signaling
as Open line fault.
 Metalic chest with 4 frontal bolted door and 4 predrills
of 28 mm and 1 rectangular at the chest back of 140 x
40 mm for electric wiring.
 Space
S
f 2 batteries
for
b tt i off 7 Ah.
Ah
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4.
4.3.- CLVR: Technical Features (3/4)
 MODBUS Protocol with RS485 on demand.
 Possibility of ON
ON-LINE
LINE Software in a PC using the MODBUS
functionallity
Systems
Integration
EN 54
 Contact ID on Demand.
Demand
 Certification with EN 54-2, EN 54-4 and EN12094-1 Standards.
EN 12094
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4.
4.3.- CLVR: Technical Features (4/4)
 3 Operation Modes at Extinguihing :
1) Standard Mode: Advance Warning Extinguishing
Output (R1) is activated by Zone 1 or Zone 2 in Alarm
Status.
2) Consecutive Mode: R1 output is activated intermittently
(1 s with Zone 1 or Zone 2 in Alarm status, 0.5 s with
both Zone 1 and 2 in Alarm Status and continuosly when
the delay of the Extinguishing Output (R2) has finished)
finished).
3) Simultaneous Mode: R1 output is activated when Zone
1 and 2 are both in Alarm Status.
 1 Stop Extinguishing key and 1 Release Extinguishing key at
the Control Panel.
 It allows instalalltion of Manual Extinguishing Stop Device and
Manual Extinguishing Release Device near the flood zone.
 1 monitored Extinguishing output (called “R2”), delayable from
0 to 60 s , protected by resettable fuse.
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4. Conventional System
4.4.- Detectors / Manual Call Points / PIAL / Bases
PUCAR
A30XT
- Conventional Manual Call Point.
- Resettable.
- Protec cover.
- Red led Alarm.
- Conventional Heat detector.
- Absolute temperature (64ºC).
A30XV
- Conventional Rate of Rise Heat
detector.
- Temperature rate of rise and
absolute temperature (64
(64ºC)
C).
A30XH
PIAL
- Remote action indicator.
- Allows installation on switchgear
boxes.
- High reliability through 2 red leds.
- Optical
p
Smoke detector.
- It includes heat sensor (64ºC).
HIGH/LOW Bases
A30XHS
- Optical Smoke detector.
- High: Allows 20 mm electrical tube.
tube
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 47
4 Convencional System
4.
4.5.- CLVR: Wiring Diagrama (1/2)
- General connection
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 48
4 Convencional System
4.
4.5.- CLVR: Wiring Diagram (2/2)
- Conection Schemes with Flame detectors/ Thermal Probes
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 49
4 Conventional System
4.
4.6.- LONDON: Technical features
- Base Control panel configurable up to 12 modules
and expandible up to 32 in an additional box.
box
- 4 Zones/Relays Module =>128
outputs between zones y relays.
- It allows up to 10 Repeaters.
- Configurable throught EasyLONDON Software instaled in a PC (RS232).
- 32 detectors / manual call points per zone.
- EN 54-2 and EN 54-4 Certified
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 50
4 Sistema Convencional
4.
4.7.- LONDON: Wiring Diagram
Module / Zones Card
Module / Relay Card
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 51
ANALOGUE and ADDRESSABLE
Fire detection and Fire Alarm System
LYON model
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 52
5 Addressable Lyon System
5.
5.1.- Addressable System features (1/2)
Add
Addressable
bl System
S t
f t
features
- Each detector sends the measured value to Control panel in digital format.
- Control panel establish th quescient or Alarm status.

Detector is “only” a sensor.

Control panel knows all elements  System is allowed with more than 32
elements if instaled in loop
p format ((according
g with standard))

Digital communication greatly increases the functionality of the system.
ANALOGUE  LOGARITHMIC  ADDRESSABLE  DIGITAL
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 53
5 Addressable Lyon System
5.
5.1.- Addressable Cofem System (2/2)
COFEM offers
ff
3 kind
ki d off C
Control
t l Panels
P
l (Full
(F ll compatible
tibl between
b t
th )
them)
Device Elements
Zafir:
Up to 2 loops
Up to 199 devices per loop
Lyon:
Up to 20 loops
Up to 199 devices per loop
C-Lyon:
Up to 2 loops
Up to 99 devices per loop
Loops Number
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5. Addressable Lyon System
5.2.- Lyon control panel Technical Features
- Base
B
control
t l panell configurable
fi
bl up to
t 8 loops
l
(199 elements
l
t by
b loop).
l
)
- Expandible up to 20 loops, using an additional box.
- Capacity for up to 99 zones.
- File that stores up to 4095 events with date and time.
- Outputs:
1) Monitored delayable general sounder (between 0 and 10 min),
2) non monitored alarm (Voltage free relay)
3) Fault, Monitored and delayable.
- Evacuation button.
- Backlit LCD display of 4 lines and 40 characters.
- Incorporates 7 languages by default.
- Configurable and manageable through PC-EASYcoNET software.
- Allows connection of up to 15 repeaters.
- Allows connection of up to 15 network control panels.
- MODBUS interface.
- EN 54-2 and EN 54-4 certified.
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5. Addressable Lyon System
5.3.- Aditional technical features
- 3 sensibility levels for heat and smoke sensors.
- Dirty warning in optical sensors for indicationg of
maintenance tasks.
- Addressable sounders directly feed from the loop.
- Independent programmation of sounders and relays.
- Programmation of sensor flashing.
flashing
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5. Addressable Lyon System
5.4.- Sensors / Manual Call Point / PIAL / Bases (1/2)
A30XTA
PUCAY
- Addressable Heat sensor.
-Temperature rate of rise and
absolute temperature (64ºC).
- Addressable Manual call point with
isolator.
- Resettable
- Protective cover
- Red led flash/fix
A30XHA
- Addressable Optical Smoke sensor.
- It includes heat sensor (64ºC)
PIAL
- Remote action indicator.
- Allows installation on switchgear
boxes.
- High reliability through 2 red leds.
A30XHAS
- Addressable Optical Smoke sensor.
sensor
HIGH/LOW Bases
A30XHTCO
- Addressable Multisensor.
•
Optical Smoke sensor.
•
Heat Sensor (64ºC).
•
CO sensor.
- High: Allows 20 mm electrical tube.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 57
5. Addressable Lyon System
5.4.- Detectores / Pulsador / PIAL / Zócalo (2/2)
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5. Addressable Lyon System
5.5.- Modules / SIRAY / FAE /Repeater
MYOA
KMAY
- Addressable Master module with isolator.
- Allows connection of conventional detectors and
manual call point (20 heat/ratre of rise or
15 smoke/manual call points).
MDA1Y
- Addressable 1 relay module with isolator.
- 2 relays of simultaneous action from
panel.
Control p
- R1 Relay monitored.
- R2 Relay is NO/NC not monitorized.
MDA2Y
- Addressable 2 relays module with isolator.
- Relays programmed independently from
control panel.
MSTAY
- Addressable Thechnical signal module
with isolator.
isolator
- 2 NO/NC input signals monitored..
- IN1 Closed contact as ALARM
- IN2 Closed contact as FAULT.
- Addressable Relay and Technical
signal module with isolator.
- R1 Relay monitored.
- IN2 Closed contact as ALARM.
KABY
- Loop isolator.
- Inside High base..
- Maximum 70 per loop.
loop
SIRAY
- Addressable sounder with isolator.
E i l
off 10 elements.
l
t
- Equivalence
- Programmed from Control panel.
- Maximum 6 or 10 per loop.
FAE 03 / 05
- Inside a chest.
- FAE03: 3 A / FAE05: 5 A
Repeater
- Up to 15.
- Direct actions on the Control panel
(Alarm resets, faults, and general).
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 59
5. Addressable Lyon System
5.6.- Wiring diagram (1/2)
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 60
5. Addressable Lyon System
5.6.- Wiring diagram (2/2)
Manual Call Points
Zone
External Power Supply ONLY
for feeding the connected
external devices
Monitored outputs for sounders,
Ventilation, elevator actions,
etc
NOT Monitored outputs for
electromagnets,
etc
Detectors Zone
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5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.7.- System capacity
Devices limit per Control Panel
Reference
Description
Loop
limit
Control
Panel
Limit
Element
equivalence
Logical
Relays
Equivalence
with loop
Isolator
A30XHA
Addressable optical-heat sensor
199
---
1
---
---
A30XHAS
Addressable optical sensor
199
---
1
---
---
A30XTA
199
---
1
---
---
199
---
1
---
---
PUCAY
Addressable heat sensor
Add
Addressable
bl optical-heat-monoxide
ti l h t
id
multi-sensor
Addressable Manual Call Point
70
---
1
---
1
KMAY
Conventional zone master module
39
---
MDA2Y
2 Rela
Relayss module
mod le
16
99
5
5
--2
1
1
MDA1Y
1 Relay module
32
199
5
1
1
MYOA
Relay and Technical Signal module
32
199
5
1
1
MSTAY
Technical signal module
70
---
2
---
1
KABY
Loop Isolator module
70
---
---
---
1
SIRAY/ SIRAYL
Addressable sounder
10
99
10
1
1
A30XHTCO
Control Panel Limits:
a) 199 elements
elements, 32 logic relays and 70 isolators per loop.
loop
b) 20 loops, 199 logic relays per Control panel.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 62
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.8.- Configuration (1/7)
- Control panel knows all installed elements in the loop by their
programming number.
- Control panel doesn’t know where are the elements located=>
=> Control panel needs to be configured.
configured
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5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.8.- Configuration (2/7)
A) Steps for Control panel configuration
1.
Locate the elements. :
Loop Number, Element Number, and label (optional)
Bucle: 01
Element
Number
Programming Number
Label
Type
1
12757
ROOM 101
A30XHA
2
12432
ROOM 102
A30XHA
3
4767
HALL 1 FLOR
PUCAY
4
6982
CORRIDOR 2 FLOOR
KMAY
Notes
Drawing details
Elements list
2.
Configure Zones list and Element list that active relays (optional).
3.
Configure general output Control panel parameters
a)
b)
c)
Day/Night Mode
d)
Autoevacuation
General Sounder Output
Fault Output
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5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.8.- Configuration (3/7)
B) Control panel Configuration
1)
On the Control panel (with or without external keyboard)
2)
EASY conNET (Basic version)
 Easy Control panel programming from a PC in a windows environment.
 PC-Control Panel conection through USB
 Allows
All
managementt off allll instalations
i t l ti
 Avoid direct programming on the Control panel.
port conexión
version)
USB Software
se(Basic
entrega
g en un CD con la central Lyon.
y
NOTE 1:Maximum USB wiring lengh 3 m
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 65
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.8.- Configuration (4/7)
Configuration advantages with the Nº of programming
1.
Installer activities
A- Elements with MicroSwitch
B- Elements with N
Nº of programming
1- Receive Installation drawing
1- Receive Installation drawing
2- Identification of N
2
Nº element insde the
loop
2- Identifyy p
programming
g
g number and p
place
of installation
3- Insert Nº element in binary codeinside
the device
3- Physical installation
4- Physical installation
4- Send information
(Nº of programming and place installed)
=> less
l
execution
i error probability
b bili
=> Easier modifications/ expansions during the works and after it.
=> Responsibility transferred almost entirely to the programmer of the configuration
=> Eaisier to make start connections
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 66
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.8.- Configuration (5/7)
B) Control panel configuration
2) EASY coNET (Basic version) -Cont2.1 – Configure Control panel



Number of Loop


Fault output
Day/Night Mode
General Sounder output
Autoevacuation
2.2 – Configure elements
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5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.8.- Configuration (6/7)
B) Configuración de la central (Cont)
2) EASY coNET (Basic version) -Cont2 3 – Configure Realys
2.3



Type of performance (Sounder, Maneuvre, Relay)
Phisical situation
Delays (With delay/Immediate/Inactive)
•
•

Detector Day / Detector Night
Manual call p
point Day
y / Manual call p
point Night
g
Relay activation (General / Activation list (Up to 8 independent lists)/ Per Zones)
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 68
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.8.- Configuration (7/7)
B) Configuración de la central (Cont)
2) EASY coNET (Basic version) -Cont2 4 – Configure Zones (Up to 8 independent lists)
2.4
2.5 – Send Configuration to Control panel

General configuration / Especific configuration
2 6 – It is allowed receiving Control panel information
2.6



Partial/Total Configuration
Reading of detected Programming numbers
Full history
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 69
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.9.-EASY coNET Online (Extended version) (1/4)
Characteristics
- ON-LINE management in Windows environment
(monitoring test mode,
(monitoring,
mode situation maps,
maps null or rearm zones,
zones etc)
- Separation up to 1200 m with RS232/RS485 converters
- TCP/IP protocol posibility
- Licence by Installation
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 70
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.9.-EASY coNET Online (Extended version) (2/4)
Example in Fiber Optics connection
Fiber Optic
O
Conversor
Fiber Optic
Conversor
NOTE
Fiber Optic
Line 1
Line 2
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 71
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.9.-EASY coNET Online (Extended version) (3/4)
1)
Continuous connection with Control panel


Inmediate action buttons
Configuration of:
a. Relays
b Null/Rearm elements/zones
b.
c.
Test (General/Zones)
d. Sensitivity
e. Monitoring (reaing and information of the elements)
f.
General Rearm
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 72
5. Addressable Lyon
y System
y
5.9.-EASY coNET Online (Extended version) (4/4)
2)
Events (Alarm,
(Alarm Fault,
Fault etc)

Information Window

Situation drawing with los
the related elements
3)
Graphical Presentation

Allows up-load drawing in
“.BMP, JPG, WMF or GIF” format

Presents the detection elements related with
the events
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 73
5. Addressable Lyon System
5.10.- Derived Control panels (1/3)
Compact Lyon
C-Lyon
- COMPACT version of LYON Control panel
- Installation totally compatible with LYON Control panel
- 1 or 2 loops
l
(99 elements
l
t per loop).
l
)
- Reduced Chest coming
g from CLVR
- Control panel NETWORK, Repeaters, ON-LINE, etc.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 74
5. Addressable Lyon System
5.10.- Derived Control panels (2/3)
1 or 2 loops with 199 elements/loop.
Full compatible installation with LYON
Reduced Chest coming from CLVR
Control panel NETWORK, Repeaters, ON-LINE, etc.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 75
5. Addressable Lyon System
5.10.- Derived Control panels (3/3)
D i
Devices
li
limit
it per C
Control
t lP
Panell
Reference
A30XHA
A30XHAS
A30XTA
A30XHTCO
PUCAY
KMAY
MDA2Y
MDA1Y
MYOA
MSTAY
KABY
SIRAY/
SIRAYL
Description
Addressable optical-heat
sensor
Addressable optical
sensor
Addressable heat sensor
Addressable optical-heatmonóxide Multisensor
Add
Addressable
bl Manual
M
l Call
C ll
Point
Conventional Zone master
detection module
2 Relays module
1 Relay module
R l and
Relay
dT
Technical
h i l
signal module
Technical signal module
Loop isolator module
Control
Loop
Panel
limit
limit
LYON Control panel
Loop
limit
Control
Panel limit
ZAFIR Control panel
Loop limit
Element
Logical
Control
equivalence Relays
Panel limit
C-LYON Control panel
199
---
199
398
99
198
1
---
---
199
---
199
398
99
198
1
---
---
199
---
199
398
99
198
1
---
---
199
---
199
398
99
198
1
---
---
70
---
70
140
70
140
1
---
1
39
---
39
78
19
38
5
---
1
16
32
99
199
16
32
32
64
16
19
32
38
5
5
2
1
1
1
32
199
32
64
19
38
5
1
1
70
70
-----
70
70
140
140
49
70
98
140
2
---
-----
1
1
10
99
10
20
6
12
10
1
1
Addressable sounder
LYON Control Panel
a) 199 elements, 32 logic relays and 70 isolators
per loop.
b) 20 loops with 199 logic relays
per control panel.
Control panel limits:
ZAFIR Control panel
a) 199 elements, 32 logic relays and 70 isolators per
loop.
b) 2 loops with 199 logic relays
per control panel.
Central C-LYON
a) 99 elements, 32 logic relays and 70 isolators per
loop.
b) 2 loops with 199 logic relays
per control panel.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 76
CO Detection system for parking
COsensor Model
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 77
6 CO Detection System “COsensor”
6.
COsensor
6.1.- Design recommendations
1)
Certification

It is certified according with the UNE 23.300
23 300 standard and agreed with CE Directives
(CE mark).
2)
Installation recomendation

Parking cars mechanically ventilated with site for more than 5 cars or 100 m2



Ventilation activation with 100 ppm CO concentration (50 ppm if there are workers)
CO detector coverture: 200 m2
Installation high: Between 1,5 and 2 m from floor.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 78
6 CO Detection
6.
D t ti
S t
System
“CO
“COsensor”
”
6.2.- CCO-1 Control Panel (1/2)
1)
Models available:

CCO110: 1 Zone and up to 10 detectors


CCO115: 1 Zone and up to 15 detectors
2)
CCO115 DVB: 1 Zone, Up to 15 detectors, Doble Ventilation and Batteries.
F
Funcionamiento
i
i t (CCO110/115)
Alarm
Delay
[CO]
Alarm
Al
level
Alarm
Stop
Parameter
Postventilation
Delay
Ventiltion
Ventilation
Stop
Delay
Alarm
Actived
Ventilation
Level
Ventilation
Actived
Ventilation
Actived
Value
Margin
Ventilación Level:
50 ppm
Programable (30  150 ppm)
Ventilación Delay:
4 min
Programable (1  9 min)
Postventilation Delay:
4 min
Fix
Alarm Level:
300 ppm
Fix
Alarm Delay:
15 min
Fix
Time
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6 CO Detection System “COsensor”
6.
COsensor
6.2.- CCO-1 Control Panel (2/2)
3)
Parameter
4)
Alarma
Level
Operation CCO115 DVB
Value
Margin
Ventilation level 1:
50 pp
ppm
Fix
Ventilation Delay 1:
4 min
Programable (1  9 min)
Postventilation Dalay 1:
4 min
Fix
Ventilation level 2:
100 ppm
Fix
Ventilation Delay 2:
0 min
Fix
Postventilation Delay 2:
0 min
Fix
Alarm Level :
200 ppm
Fix
Alarm Delay :
0 min
Fix
Ventilation 2
Level
Ventilation 1
Level
DRY CONTACT
LIMIT 2A
Installation



C NA
Detectors in serial or parallel with polarity
Alarm
Ventilación Output: Dry contact 2 A.
Ventilation
Alarm Output: 22 Vdc,
Vdc 0,8
08A
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 80
6 CO Detection
6.
D t ti
S t
System
“CO
“COsensor”
”
6.3.- CCO1-4 Control Panel(1/2)
1)
Models available:

CCO122 / CCO222 / CCO322 / CCO422: X Zones and up to 22 detectors

All model acept DBV opcion (Doble Ventilation and Batteries)
2)
Operation (CCO1-4)

Each Zone is configured independently.
Alarm
Delay
[CO]
Alarm
Al
level
Postventilation
Delay
Ventiltion
Ventilation
Stop
Delay
Alarm
Stop
Parameter
Alarm
Actived
Ventilation
Level
Ventilation
Actived
Value
Margin
Programable (20  150 ppm)
Ventilación Level:
50 ppm
Ventilación Delay:
y
4 min
Programable
g
(1
(  9 min))
Postventilation Delay:
4 min
Fix
Alarm Level:
300 ppm
Fix
Alarm Delay:
15 min
Programable (10  30 min)
Ventilation
Actived
Time
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6 CO Detection System “COsensor”
6.
COsensor
6.3.- CCO1-4 Control Panel (2/2)
3)
Alarma
Level
Operation CCO1-4
CCO1 4
Ventilation 2
Level
Parámetro
Valor
Margen
Programable (20  150 ppm)
Ventilation level 1:
50 ppm
Ventilation Delay 1:
4 min
Programable (1  9 min)
Postventilation Dalay 1:
4 min
Fix
Ventilation 1
Level
Programable (20  300 ppm) +
+ > Ventilation level 1
Ventilation level 2:
200 ppm
Ventilation Delay 2:
10 min
Programable (1  30 min) +
+ > Ventilation Delay 2
Postventilation Delay 2:
4 min
Fix
Alarm Level :
300 ppm
Fix
Alarm Delay :
15 min
Zone 2
Power Supply
Zone 1
Fuse
Programable (10  30 min)
Zone
4)
Installation


Detectors in serial or parallel with polarity

Alarm Output: 22 Vdc, 0,8 A
Ventilation Output:
p Dryy contact 2 A.
Detectors (up to 22 per Zone)
Detectors (up to 22 per Zone)
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6 CO Detection System “COsensor”
6.
6.4.- CO Detector
-
Green Led: Correct Operation
-
Red Led: Sensor reading more than 50 ppm CO.
-
According to UNE 23300, it is recommened changing CO sensor
each 5 years.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 83
6 CO Detection System “COsensor”
6.
COsensor
6.5.- NO2 Detector
-
DCO Detector
Gas CO -> Gasoline Engines
Gas NOx -> Diesel Engines
DNO2 Detector
DNO2 Detector
Internal Algorithm to indicate NO2 ppm in CO ppm equivalent:
+
2 ppm of NO2 are equivalent to 50 ppm of CO
+ 14 pp
ppm of NO2 are equivalent
q
to 300 pp
ppm of CO
(Note: Control Panel shows only CO ppm concentration)

CO Control Panels with DCO and DNO2 in the same zone lines.

Installation DNO2 recomendation: The same as for DCO



NO2 Detector coverture: 200 m2.
I t ll ti high:
Installation
hi h Between
B t
1 5 and
1,5
d 2 m from
f
fl
floor.
It is recommended changing detector each 4 years.
Fire Detection and Fire Alarm System V3.1, COFEM S.A Slide No 84
The End
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